An employee walks behind a glass wall with machine coding symbols at the headquarters of Internet security giant Kaspersky in Moscow in 2016.
An employee walks behind a glass wall with machine coding symbols at the headquarters of Internet security giant Kaspersky in Moscow in 2016. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV Getty Images
An employee walks behind a glass wall with machine coding symbols at the headquarters of Internet security giant Kaspersky in Moscow in 2016. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV Getty Images

Cyberattack on think tank can point the way to fighting back against Russia’s aggression

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